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EA slashes prices of iOS games in 'Back-To-School' sale

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Aug 2011 23:15 User comments (5)

EA slashes prices of iOS games in 'Back-To-School' sale Following up on their popular July 4th sale which slashed iOS games to just $0.99, Electronic Arts (EA) has started a back-to-school sale, slashing 80 percent off prices for their popular mobile games.
A few of the games are also "HD" versions built for the iPad.

Among the discounted are classics like Tetris, Scrabble, Battleship, Snood and Risk and on the newer side is the brand new (released last month) Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

Furthermore, popular sports games like Madden NFL 11, Fifa 11 and Fight Night will be available.

Check the list here: EA Back-To-School Sale

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5 user comments

16.8.2011 23:39

Well done, I'm sure the kids need to be playing more games now they are going back to skool, I mean what are there for anyway... lol

27.8.2011 2:04

Originally posted by plazma247:
Well done, I'm sure the kids need to be playing more games now they are going back to skool, I mean what are there for anyway... lol
They are there for brainwashing...anything that disrupts that must be a good thing.


37.8.2011 3:27

Your probably right, looking back some of it was really important. A back to school sale on video games is just so wrong, on more than one level, mostly mario.

48.8.2011 11:15
busta-rhymes
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Do you ever read comments on threads and just want to drive your car off a bridge? These comments have made me feel that way. Goodbye, cruel world.

58.8.2011 11:21

Just make sure you indicate when you do, you wouldn't want to endanger other innocent road users...

Just think of the children. :-) Please someone just think of the children.

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